The UK government is under fire, once again, this time over a “half hearted” effort to get supplements to people who have stayed inside due to COVID-19.
There are calls to urgently change the official advice, with the government's own experts saying it could make existing health inequalities worse.
And while the beauty, weather, quality of life, and vibrancy of its restaurant scene make Melbourne a great place to live, its location and climate also make it a prime spot for the prevalence of potentially lethal food allergies.
According to chef Paul Greening, Britain should look East to get the nutrition we’re missing from lack of UV rays. His vitamin D-rich meal of mackerel, salmon, tuna, and cod liver is like “an hour’s worth of sunshine.”
When the Yukon government tried to educate people about the importance of vitamin D, it picked just about the only phrase it should have avoided.
Lately, there's a rising fear in food—people have developed a strange aversion to anything that isn't shrink-wrapped with a barcode on it. But when the issue behind raw milk bubbles to the surface, the cheese world is swimming in a sea of it. Here's...